CodeCo was one of the founders of Revenact. Now, he’s hated by everyone.
Rihan Arfan, or CodeCo was the creator of DeluxeNode. Wait, no. Deploys.io. Wait, nevermind, it’s Dashflo.net now. Perhaps one of the biggest scumbags here, he cheaped out on everything and lied to hell and back about his “owned” hardware.
The company originated as DeluxeNode, and was a new budget hosting provider. Owned by CodeCo and Tim, and registered in the UK. It was okay, and you really did get what you paid for. Unexplained, frequent but easily avoidable downtime, littered with lies and false information. “Owned” hardware was actually Lease To Own (LTO) and their “best in class” Voxility DDoS protection was only on some of their systems. Nodes were oversold from the start. CodeCo accused a real chat log, which included numerous examples of his toxicity and denial of his incompetent services, along with short, blunt answers and victimisation of himself of being fake.
CodeCo, David and Tim got bored of the DeluxeNode branding. Or maybe they knew their brand had negativity attached, so they thought of the ingenious idea to just change their name. David bought the “deploys.io” domain, and the company rebranded. A new website theme was integrated, built using Argon Design Kit, although most of the core components of the original example pages for the kit remain present, so it was most likely edited. It didn’t change their quality of their brand though. If anything, things got worse. Eventually, after internal disagreements with Rihan’s dumbass methods of running Deploys, David and Tim left.
David and Tim, both now ex-employees of DeluxeFlo.io had a lot to expose. Rihan is guilty of some of the most frowned upon practices in the hosting industry, most noticably lying about hardware (e.g: LTO, not owned, and only some nodes had DDoS protection) and regarding his huge debt.
Dashflo.net / The state of Deploys.io
Since David purchased and owned the Deploys.io name and brand, he made the choice, after Rihan’s bad practices, to take over the domain and display this page. It exposed the bad practices and behind-the-scenes issues and unprofessional behaviours of Rihan. Both David and Tim are experienced in the hosting industry, and Tim was one of the founders of DashNode.io. Due to Rihan’s loss of the domain, he cried. Ignored everyone. Blocked people. The typical “oh, fuck, they know I’m a scum” reaction. He realised he still had debts to pay back to the LTO providers he used that went bankrupt, so he made the amazing choice for another rebrand. Dashflo.net.
Dashflo.net and the post-“oops, I fucked up”-ness
Dashflo.net is now the home of Deploys.
We can only assume that tommy has followed the guide himself.
According to his post on MCM (mc-market) avalaible here (https://www.mc-market.org/threads/473948/)
"What happened to SummerHost.club?
Long story short, the site was created for fun, but at time goes on it started getting out of hands. I didn’t like the direction where the site was going, so I handed it over to Rouing and left. Right after I left, Rouing (nothing against him btw, this is just what happened) removed the old staff members and replaced them with his friends. He went too far, I mean, really really far on his memes and turned it into something I would call “a Nazi fuckfest.” He also sold it to multiple people after that and the site is now effectively dead. I myself did not want to create the site again myself as I was already running my own hosting business, and I certainly did not want to be associate with the “Nazi fuckfest” that it became or to be accused of weaponizing it against my competitors."
Therefore we can only assume that tommy’s mcm account is the creator of the thread.
(https://www.mc-market.org/members/90075/) “Banned Forever For: TOS Violation (Privacy Breach) (IP Logging) (Including RAT(s) in Resources)”
Owner of Titan Nodes LTD | Hosting Provider posted this on his thread (https://www.mc-market.org/threads/381996/page-12 )
Mate, get over this already. I’ve already obtained hard proof on him misusing docker swarm in attempt to the leaker. This wasn’t only for checking updates.
According to a source and the screenshots, it looks like he found the leaker by looking at how many times the script was installed, hostname, IP address and the list goes on. He literally threatened having the ability to deploy bitcoin miners if he wanted. Him rm -rf’ing the leaker’s contabo Server is already enough. I’ve also contacted some clients that I’ve seen their panel IPs with and letting them bring informed about this. Stop this non-sense on him “don’t worry if you aren’t a leaker”. Then I would say, never add rm -rf command to a public update that you force your users with it.
Everything was done and simple, no need to bring this over again. Know your stuff first please without being biased without solid proof of him not using it maliciously.
So what do you think?
Tommy calls himself a person against scammers that do ilegal stuff but is one himself.